New experimental statistics show disparities in degree attainment between most and least deprived areas narrowed during COVID in Scotland and Northern Ireland, but widened in Wales.
HESA researchers explore whether family composition may be a factor that explains why some students respond with ‘I don’t know’ when asked about the qualifications attained by their parents in the UCAS form.
New working paper provides further analysis of HESA's new measure of disadvantage.
First-in-family data has been the subject of discussion within the sector over the past year. In this piece, HESA assess the quality of the parental education information we collect.
HESA researchers look further at the utility of their new measure of disadvantage to the higher education sector.
A new UK-wide small-area-based measure of disadvantage is able to pick up deprivation in parts of the country where current area-level measures are less effective.
HESA's Data and Innovation team use Census statistics to assess the quality of HESA's parental education and socio-economic classification data.
HESA's Data and Innovation team analyse how foundation years support the aim of widening participation.
Indicators for Widening Participation are published today on our website. The full tables show the indicators for every publicly funded HE provider in the UK alongside their benchmark.
Indicators for Widening Participation and Non-continuation are published today on our website.